Yeovil Town skipper Josh Staunton has been awarded a Community Champion award by the Professional Footballers Association.

The award, for the 2023/23 season recognises those who have made a difference in their communities.

Staunton was heavily involved in the battle against the National League’s contract changes and led the division’s captains in working with the League to resolve the issue.

He fronted up to supporters during a difficult season and lead the club’s acknowledgement and apology following relegation and has been a constant presence in the local, Glovers’ community.

He said on twitter that he was ‘proud and honoured’ to have been given the award.

All that whilst tending to his new lawn… sorry  child. His new child!

Congratulations, Captain.

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10 months ago

Well done Josh.Well deserved.

Frankie smith
10 months ago
Reply to  Alan

All the best mate and best wishes well done great stuff.

Ian Peter Freely
10 months ago

Congratulations to you pal, another leader like Skivo, but hopefully drink less!